Tesla killer: GM to unveil long-range electric car
15 January 2015 | USA Today
General Motors will unveil an all-electric concept car at the Detroit auto show Monday that has a 200-mile range and Tesla in its competitive crosshairs.
The Chevrolet Bolt could hit the market in 2017, people familiar with the plans confirm. The Bolt complements a lineup that already includes the Chevrolet Volt. The Bolt would be a pure electric-powered car, while the Volt is what GM terms "an extended-range electric," meaning it has a backup gas engine. The second-generation 2016 Volt will also be shown Monday at the North American International Auto Show here.
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